Quality Hotel Gateway

Address: 16 Fenton Street, Devonport, Tasmania, 7310, Australia | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on 16 Fenton Street, Devonport, is near Platypus Experience.
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    Travel Blogs from Devonport

    Last Day in Tasmania

    A travel blog entry by jennyndaveevans on May 31, 2015

    24 photos

    ... and the prices seem more realistic than the main land. We picked up a couple of things and then it was time to go to the parking area for the Spirit of Tasmania Ferry. We got there and there was two cues and we were about 8 in our line before us.

    About 4.30 they opened the ticket gate and we checked in and then it was onto Quarantine. A lot different to coming across when you cannot take fruit, fish, seeds, nuts ...

    Day 10. Hobart to Devonport

    A travel blog entry by laurel.furphy on Mar 23, 2015

    ... accommodation deck, where we left the backpack in our cabin and proceeded to the lounge bar, where we had a drink before departure. Edie said we drove about 800 kms but it seemed more because of the narrow windy roads we had to travel along the west coast. I was really pleased we had visited this area and as we have now seen most of Tasmania I doubt whether we will have another trip to the Apple Isle. The captain assures us it will be a relatively calm trip to Melbourne. Let's hope ...

    Scenic Drives and a cave visit

    A travel blog entry by wherrol on Mar 08, 2015

    10 photos

    ... low cloud/fog was to cover the further mountains. Oh well we were still awestruck and it was certainly worth the view.

    Mole Creek Karst Cave National Park, was our next stop, to view the King Solomon Cave. This was a pretty cave. The guide, on the other hand, was pretty boring, complete with stupid references to various features of the cave. Why do they always name the cave features with silly ...

    Yoga retreat

    A travel blog entry by terryandlauren on Dec 06, 2014

    33 photos

    ... factory and a honey and ice cream shop. We unload the seaweed and enjoy a shower before dinner time. We pick strawberries for tomorrows breakfast and chill out in our coop while we watch the night wallabies come out to play.

    Day 3: Lauren works in the flower beds all day, harvesting garlic, clearing a bed and planting celery, while I help Laurie put up a pine roof inside his out-house / shed area. Lots to do today and breaks are appreciated. Dinner is a ...

    Tasmania: So viel Tiere !/ So many animals!

    A travel blog entry by diekleine on Nov 21, 2014

    37 photos

    ... noch ein paar weitere Schnabeltiere im Wasser schwimmen.

    Anschließend ging es weiter zum Narawutapu Nationalpark, der direkt an der Nordküste liegt. Wir unternahmen eine Wanderung zum Archess Knob. Xaf' fand hier sein Paradies auf Erden, denn wir sahen mindestens 6 Schlangen. Auf eine wäre ich fast raufgetreten. Aber auch ich machte allmählich Fortschritte im Animal spotting, denn die nächste Schlange sah ich zuerst, während Xaf‘ ...